Two nabbed for launching fireworks at police in Lembah Subang

PETALING JAYA: Two men causing a disturbance by playing with fireworks have been arrested after they launched fireworks towards the police.

In a statement on Tuesday (Oct 14), Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohamad Fakhrudin Abdul Hamid said that a police team on Nov 13 at around 4.35am had responded to complaints by residents in a housing area in Lembah Subang.

"At the scene around 50 residents had congregated to show their displeasure and fear over the loud fireworks that had continuously been launched, to the point where it had disturbed public security.

"Fireworks were also launched at the responding police team at the scene by the suspects," he said.

Two men in their twenties were apprehended shortly after, with both having previous criminal and drug related offences.

Both have been remanded for two days.

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